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  • Polish Spring Cabbage Soap From Regent Park Naturals

    October 18, 2020 1 min read

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    Polski źródło Polish Cabbage Juice Soap

    Polski źródło Polish Cabbage Juice Soap

    Polish Spring Traditional Cabbage Soap

    If your Polish American and love traditional polish cabbage rolls or golabki in the Polish language, you owe it to yourself to check out the all-natural handmade bar soap from Regent Park Naturals. Did you know the Polish word for cabbage is kapusta?

    I ordered a bar of this soap, and both my wife and I have tested it. It has a nice smell, and when you are done showering, you feel squeaky clean. It's a good purchase for all-natural soap, and I've become a repeat customer.

    The 6 oz Polish Spring Cabbage soap, or cabbage juice soap, is made from fresh cabbage from local farmers' markets to set this handmade soap apart. It is a cold process soap.

    The anti-inflammatory nature of cabbage is paired with aloe vera and infused within an oatmeal rich Polish soap bar. Oatmeal helps to moisturize, protect, and gently cleanse the skin.

    This handmade soap is produced with fresh cabbage juice. Cabbage has anti-inflammatory properties. One could consider this a possible anti-inflammatory soap; however there are no claims made that this in fact, does this.

    This Polish bar soap contains a generous infusion of aloe for skin conditioning and barley grass, oatmeal, and bentonite clay. It is scented by a combination of 100% steam distilled essential oils of Peppermint, Spearmint, Fir Tree, and Lavender.

    If you are looking for a unique Polish gift for the upcoming holidays, give this soap a try. It makes the perfect cabbage gift! Check out the Regent Park Naturals website to order!


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    February 24, 2022

    My grandmother from Slovakia made cabbage soap. Do you know where I can find the recipe? Thank you.

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